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we take ou inside the storm. > good morning. it's friday, september third. hurricane earl is making its ay up the eest keaf coast toward te maryland shoreline. we're following the storm nd bringinggyou minuue by minute ú%ammcoverrge. where the storm ii expected o havv the greatest impact on ú%ryland. fiist weeare going to meteorologist steve fertig who isstracking the storm. s on high ones and high surf city area. we are watching oo the sky hd radar. let's gettcloser and you will see as the movement starts to come in our direction aa earl movvs toward cape hatteras ttis morning. you can see the outer bands bringing rain for ocean city and towaad thh chesapeake bay,ú %-further points west as it move into the high pressure. let'sslookkat the distance from %-can you see where it is off of cape ha hatteras. ttking more of a nootheasttjog.3 that is helpful, but it's still going to bring high surf and strong winds for us in the ocean city area.ú as you can see high rainnat cap3 hatteras. att175 miles,,it's projected to stay offshoree that doesn't mean we won't be getting strong wi
day all the way through. whattis happening on the roadways right now as ou head out for your commute, wherever3 you're headed. hhre is laurenncooke with the3 traffic edge. lauren. >> reporter: thhnk you, steve.ú we do have a serious accident at owings mills boulevard. a tow truckkhas just arrived to the scene but only one laneegets by.ú you want to stick at ouue 40 as an alternate route. here is old court road where cars ra moving alon a -- are mog along just fine. and thhre you should have a pretty high average speed of ú%. that will take ou 11 minutes as well with an averaae speed f 54 miles per hourr the northhast corridor of 95, remains clear from whitemarsh boulevard to the beltway, you're looking at a 4-minute trip withú an average speed of 4 miles per -hat's the traffic edge report, patrice.ú back to you. >>> thank you, laurrn. 5:31 fox 45 morning news early edition. >>> a group of first responders remeebered and those who lost %-they have been running across the country for about a month. today the tour of duty is in balttmorr. megan gillillnd is live with the lates
on the body, a lot of factors involved. >sure. >>ow well are you eating >right >>ou know, are you drinking carbonated sodas, you know there's a lot of factors involved. that will allow, can actually hinder this product's ability to be absorbed into the body. i've had people call me in as much as five, in as little, as five days and say "jim, i have no more pain", but i've also had people that it's taken about forty five days >sure >>i was a good example of that. but remember i had excruciating, i mean unbelievable pain, where a couple times, and i'm not joking, like a couple times i thought i was going to have to go admit myself to the hospital, that bad. >it was that painful. >>hat painful. so i know what people are going through, i know pain. and pain is crippling, its debilitating, it's demoralizing. >sure. >> have ah really... >people get, people are depressed when they take... >>..oh depressed... >...they stay in they don't do anything. >>xactly, and because the second your feet hit the floor, i know what that's like, i didn't even want to get out of bed days mike, because the second
's time of the high school contest. -ou can vote for the game.3 and go to foxbaltimore.com and clickkon the high school of theú week. make ou will see your game on friday night. eassern tech and overly inú baltimore county football, south carroll at centuryy carroll county ootball and girlls soccer will announce the wiiner tomorrow night. that is your morniig sports. i'm ruce cunningham foxx45 morning news. >>> no matter where you're from, we'reelooking for all you ravens ffns toosend us ppotos showing off your purpll pride. go to foxbaltimore.com and click -n the community featuress3 section. >>> cominggup in our 6:00 hour governor o'malley turns to the president for help with his ú%-election cammaign. thh adio ad the president >>>>are you waking up itching ann scratching? you could have bed bugs, theyú are i vadii invading homes acror region. i'm megan gilliland..3 hhw to get rid of the creepy critters coming up. school where the officials are >>> now on fox 45 morning newsle. >> thht is very disturring we can't protect your chhld. >> don't let thh bed bugs bite. -ust how bad
on through the. everyone juut calm down. pretty day and mostly sunny skiis. what ou will enjoy is the temperaturessthat are %-maabe a little breezy this. afternoon. here is a look attwhat we have as far as what we have, skipping right through, temperatures that we should get up to, for the high 800degrees, or right around pleasant and cooler. it could be rather chillyy 50 degrees and cool. that's a look at the weather. right now lauren cooke has the traffic edge. ú% reporrer: thank you, and good morning. ú% far to good on the roads. as for the west side of the roadway, we are looking at ann 11-minute ride on the outer loop all remains clear if you are traveling through the tunnels, through the fort mchenry tunnel rom the toll plaza to the beltway. and from the harbor tunnel toll -ile55 miles per hour. that's the traffic edge rrport. patrice, back to you.ú >>> baltimore police continue to assess their own esponse to lasttweek's shooting t john3 hopkiis hhspital incllding what any knew about the gunman's past. joel d smith is live at the hospital now with more on the inves
it might not happen any time soon. lights this lamp. why ou may want to hold your nose. >> llve in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition". >> hello again, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. care reform law took effect today. >> karen parks reports tonight. there are some major changes that could impact you, and your family. >> insurance companies can no longer place lifetime limits on the coverage of people with costly conditions like cancer. however, providers can still put a cap on yearly expenses bbt only until 2014. and insurers are now ban from denying coverage to people with preexisting conditionss including children. this haa prompted major insurers to stop selling child only and under the new law, you can keep your child n your plan until he or she turns 26. but that doesn't apply to everyone. >> ii you have never been on you cannot now suddenly ecide this is for people that were covered as children that were dropped off when they reached a on but don't have a job that offfrs inssrance. >> consumers signing up for new health
ou raise a lot f money. when you are out in certain locations haa aae the big bills >> i work in the candor area and tte fells point area in baltimooe cityy3 people doon thereehave very generous. especially the safeway groceey store, they throw 50s and thing to do. eveey dollar helps to fightú muscullr dystrophy. >> reportee: what s the at atmosphhre when yyo talk to people,,what is your attitude like? peeple and thank the baltimore city members of going out. they remember us from the ú-summmr and they'reewilllng to help fight muscular dystrophy.3 >> reporter: it's a way to help jeery's kkds as everybodyy3 knows, and t's a way to say thanks to these guys for he hard work they do all yearlong them by helping otherss it's pretty cool. we know it's a competition betweee the fireeighters in he county and the firefighttrs in the city. to raise more money.ptitton, but >> reporter: yes, and that is what makes it the best. they definitely want to win. they goo city and county guys here. they are arounn here..3 they know they are n enemy territory. they like to gettthe word o
were forceú to leave. >> when ou have bed bugs crawling in bbd and suckinn you and you wake-up with intense itchhng all ooer your body. it's very disturbing. youufeel violated. >> reporter: the browns are dollar lawsuit, claiming that thh apartment managers didn't do anything about it. they are advising renters across maryland to take xtra ú%terminator. their bites areeusually innrows. if you have more qqestions abbuú bed bugs, peehaps hoo to get rid of themm the meeting today in the city is from noon to 1:30 here at the megan gilliland fox 5 early edition. >>> a city policc officer dies %-he fames fouler died on monday after crashing his truck. he is a 31 ear veteran of the3 police force and commissioner fred bealefelddssys he was dedicated to his job.ú >> in fact, even at the time of attend a training in upstate to pennsylvvnia to make himself a >> investigators believe weather -ay have playee a rooe in the crrsh. >>> a 4-year-old girl isssaved by a fast-acting police officer and last night he was cellbrated for his actions. at about 4:00 yesttrday morning, ú%calll
list of all of the early vvting llcations in maryyand, log on to ou are watching fox 45 morning newss all llccl all morning./news links. >>> stay with ox 45 to get the latest information on upcooingú. go to foxbaltimore.com and click on the 2010 icon in the news features section. ♪ the last weekenddof theú maryland state fair is here, but there'' still plenty to do and to see and to prove ttat, jool d smmth is live inntimonium with some of thh ways to make the ú%ir unforgettable this year. good morning, joel. >> reporter: good morning, -atriie. good morning, everybody.3 youuknow, think of a lifesaver. abouu this size, right? this is not somethinggto eat. this is omething that the lances will be going through up aa amateur jousting competition coming up tomorrow.ú pretty cool. in case you're not ready for that but you want to take on some jousting, maybe he green knighttcan tell us how to do ttat. ú% are going to have have a wii scenario set up. p> everybody can come and take %->> reporter: they wwll be taking the wii format joussing. ú%u do real format, as well. >> yes, w
mchenry tunnel tollway, an 8-minute trip with a ntia speed miles per hour. -ou're looking at a 9-minute trip ith 54 miles per hour. that's the traffic edge report. back tooyou, megan. >>> challenging gregg bernstein is ahead, but two days after the polls closed the baltimore's state attorney's race is still too close to call. joel d smith is live at the board of elections this morning where the count begins today for more than 2,000 absentee ballots that were cast. good morning, joel. >> reporter: good morning, megan. a big day here. incumbent for 15 years, pat jessamy is behind by 1300 votes. but as you said there's 2,000 close to call so no winner has been declared yet. they say about 3600 applications for absentee ballots were done by the democrats, 2100 have been returned so far. a lost counting to do and it starts later this morning. bernstein says in a statement that he is not claiming victory yet and the jessamy camp s far from conceding as well. for most of yesterday, only 97% of the precincts had been counted so far. there could beemany reasons for that. >> we had 2,0
as we make ou3 way to howard county wherr we're dealinggwith a house fire in columbia. you want to stick with cedar lane or hickory rich road as an alternate route. and we continue to fllow a house fire that shutdown hillldale road at liberty heights avenue. and ache glee oak avenue at an alternate route. megan gilliland is live on the -cene aad will bring you an ú%date in a moment. you're look at an 8-minute ride through the fort mack henry tunnel and a 5-minuteeride through the harbor tunnee. we're dealinggwith igh speeds 52 miles per hour on 95 in the5. whitemarsh area, checking in and taking a live look north of the beltway. can you see cars are moving along just fine. it will be the same way if you are traveling the eltway. you can see harford road not manyycars ouu there. 95 to 83, and the west side will remainnclear at liberty road where you're looking at an 11-minute ride from 795 to 95.3 that is the traffic edge report, patrice, back to you. >>> thank you, lauren. -p>>> ssilllahead a thrilling ed to the navy ame. >>> it's a great deal for whoever is gettinn the lease paymen
's a look t the traffic edge report. -atrice, back to ou. >>> we are followiin breaking news out of northhest baltimore in morning. you're taking a live look at the scenee f a two-alarm fire that displaced five people along liberty hilts avenue. heights avenue, a vacant home went up in flames shortly before 4:00 this morning, but the fire spread to both sides on either side of he builting. firefighters evacuated a home and the other house was a nursing home. firefighters evacuated four members there and the fire has been put out. >>> a university crime a let for the university of maayland. seeeral students there are been attacked and robbed near campps. latest on the recent scare. %->> reporter: good morning,3 patrice, the students are on high aleet. the latest happened ttis past weekend. ed is a studenttwas walking along wick road when a group of four suspects attacked him. he was beaten and then robbed. >> it's frustrated because you would think why would somebody attack a student. i mean they, don't have a lot of mean. >> it'' scary. it couud easily have been us. attaccs in
are being told úbout he evidence tooiggt. john? >>reporttr: because there úou are did na evidence ise m ccosidered cruccal in the murder police recovered plenty3 of eviience including a purse from a woman wwo was robbed thht night. the purse úncludes latex gloves, dna from one of the suspects. pposecutors say the halloween mask recovered earby also includes dna from another suspect. charles and gary and william are all chargeddwith first degree murder. buu tte attooneys are questioning how the dna evidence was collected and annualized. 11, 14 items put in this one purse. sattthhre for three the itemssttat came backician% pooitive for orrdiffeeent one and came baak positive on this??% >>reporter: testimony expected to resume on monday we may learn more on whose dna is on the halloween mask and other items connected to the murder. this is fox 45 nees at 5:30..%%-ú>> okay john. teae in howard county is found guilty of sex abuss after writing love notes to an% >> karl walker silenn as e left a courtroom tday. his case sees a ppecedent for child sex crimes. since found guilty w
to 95, you're lloking at a 9-minute 54 miles per hour. that's the travels back to ou. >>> thank you, lauren. >>> hurricane earl moved speee ahead closing in onnthe eastern seaboard. the storm is expected to hit mmryland early tomorrow morning. goverror o'mallly has signnd a declaration of emergency. megan gilliland is leaving but before see leaves she is been rekking over the atlantic ocean and steaming toward the eastern seaboard with winds gustinn up to 40 miles per hour out there. take a look at some tte damage he has done already. sweeping through the dominiian reppblic, ann the caribbean witú a venge gens. %-he is expected to the hit norh carolina ater today. hahatteras island has been evacuating as people move toward safety. >> it's the worst that a tine teenager ever had. >> an emergency has been declared in north carolina and now there has been here,,too. earl ii expected to hht maryland around 1:00 tomorrow morning. %-local jurisdictions twwce a dy and governor o'malley is advised holiday ttavelerssnnt to drive to or from ocean city during tte heiggt of this storm. if y
in silver kia with a doughnnt tire. iff ou have information about palmer, you are asked to call 9 911. >>> tomorrow is primary day in maryland and the man looking to unseat state attorney patricia jessamy wins a major endorsement. the baltimore sun is backing gregg bernstein. bernstein spent sunday3 camppigninggdoor to door. they say that the state from new ideas and newlbenefit leadership. patricia jessamy has held the position for 15 years. >> we were gratified by the sun endorsement. -fter 15 years although miss jessamy is a nice person, the office has stagnatee and the level of conviction is very loo and it's time tt stop the reinvolving door and it's time to try to prosecutor more effectively. >>> on monday, patricia jessamyú ministerial alliance. they had no comment on the endorsement. >>>>just o to foxbaltimore.com/vote 2010. >>> pge crews hope to have power resoared to all of little italy after underground electrical fire left much of the neighborhood in darr. it happened at 6:15 on sunday %-1 b150 customers incllding sel restaurants spent the day power. >> in he midst oo a
and many soldier now. -ou just have a sense that you left something much better than you ffund it. >> reporter: as the training continues, president bama announcing a change in the missson. >> we will move nearly 100,000 the transfer to he iraqisclose3 hundreds. and we have moved millions of pieces of equipment out of iraq. %-iraqi responsibility for their own security. >> reporter: but there's still a lot of worr ahead for iraqi forces. >> unfortunately, most of us what obama thinks, what about electric industry, lack of many achievements. >> hey're the government, the police are out there deployed. the army is do employed and -- deployed and they are trying to helpful. >> eporter: the march 7th parcel men temmorary elections left iraq with an unclear winner ann it's testing iiaqi forces. >>> t's a bit of a twiit on maryland's horse racing tradiiion. pigs wwll be racing at the state fair. tte pigs start racing at 5 weeks old and then hang up their running shoes after just two %-it takes 5 to 6 days to race a pig on how to race around the track for an oriole cookie. >> the
patchy fog that moved in overnight. temratures a little more comfortable there. ou can see from the high definition east bay cam, a beaiful evening setting up. here's a look at highs for today, antioch, 98. 99 in livermore. 80 in san francisco. half moon bay, 75. gilr, 9 4. currently temperatures slowly coming down as the sun is getting ready to set. 70 in san francisco. still hot, though. inland, with antioch 95. santa rosa, 92. so,ere's a look at highs. the heat's going to be with us the next several days. tonight, clear skies, mild overnight temperatures, a little patchy coastal fog there. more heat for our inland areas, especially for monday, and then as we head into wednesday, thursday, a friday, that's when we start to notice temperatures starting to cool down. a on the closeup satellite, you can see the fog moving south, cooled us off as much as n degrees in some locations. overnight tonight, a litt patchy fog near the coast. temperatures into in the mid-50s. inland, still in the 90s. going toe mild overnight, with antioch getting down to 6 2. this this story. high pressure buil
woull say ou know what? we had three little poys. we understann what happened and we feel compassion forrthe family and we want those boys to know what >> we're still not getting answers because the person that saw this is afraid to come forward. i encourage you. come forward. if you saw something, please come forward. >>reporter: the family is offering a reward for innormation that leads to an arrest. since this shooting took place in broad daylight, they believe it's possible there was more than one witness oo someone else who may know something that can help police. melinda roeder, fox 45 news at 10:00.. >> the death toll from the eeplosion currently standd at four. that number ii expected to grow. police are still trying to identify human remaans recovered from the debris. meantime, the state of california has ordered the electric company to survey and inspect all natural gas lines statewide. >>> tea party accivistssrally in washington today. >> (singgng). >> activists braveddthe cloudy, rainy weather to show their opposition to excessive government spending. they marched
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uses this.3 >> reporter:: ou have tuff >> middle of the line, jabber or plan electronics, they have got quality. they don't pick up a lot of ú% reporter:: what is that? ú% $60. >> reporter: so patrice, you got to keep this mind. foo the kids and anyone else under 18 you an't talk on the cell phone no matter what even everybody else, you want to get you're talking abouttmore than that.ú >> this was coming ffr a long time and i like a lot of people forgot about it and now we're going to be in the mad rush to get in some of these devices. >> reporter: on overall to people being on the phone. -p>>> the national aquarium loss one of its stars. ú%iloh he 30 years old she had been perfooming at then. aquarium sincc 1993. for the ooher dolphins and she will be greatly missed. >>> a group aiming to clean up the bay has sued tte har -- hundreds of people are expected -o show up at the rallyyffr the chesapeake baa at the national a %-environmental maryland says te rally is a call to tte state leaders to suppprt the bay restoratton strategg. all waterrhed statee including maryland subm
see and thaa ii what we wanted to tell you about kkep that in mine, today through monday when ou see the boot out there, make sure to fill them uú -hether you're in the city or the ounty. joel d smith, ox 45 morning news. ú%> you can support the muscuulr dystrophy association during the at our ssster statioo at wc cw balttmore. >>> coming up he is the jus jusi bieber.ú ♪ >> and your chance to win ú%ckets to his sold oot show ú%ming up sometime this hour. >>> i'm emiiy gracie live at maryland state fairgrounds where ww're at animal world this [ female announcer ] new real fruit smoothies from mccafé are real fruit, as in strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, and bananas, which makes them really delicious. ♪ that's what we're made of. ♪ >>> celebrate a great summer and there's no better wwy to do that than by heading out to the meteorologist state fairr meteorologist emily gracie is live at thhs morning's hometown hot spot. >> reporter: good morning, patrice thattduckling is only the starr of the animmls you can i'm joined y the 4hers. and this is joe. tell me bout
call? >> maybe i will call the roll. [roll call vote] ok. >> good luck toy ou. -- to you. >> i will turn the chair over to commissioner joseph. >> we have to adjourn. >> there are no action items left. it is just discussion. >> i have to leave no later than 9:15. we have to -- the remaining items will have to go rather quickly. >> that ok with you? there is nothing to vote on. >> i know that we have i adjourned the meeting. >> that is not my understanding. we are almost there. by the time we talk about, it will be done. next item? police department comment and questions. ok. >> good evening, commissioners. real quick, the last couple of weeks have not been too bad. a couple of minor fights broke out. various locations along the broadway corridor, this was caused by security that was ejecting them. the sergeant made a point to say that security is not a problem. i think we just have to deal with problems with people and a couple outside. there were a couple of minor fights and a drunk or rest. as far as police reports, there was an aggravated assault at lot 46. the customer was
look at libertyyroaa ou'll see the inner loop and outer loop lanes &-weedo have trouble as we make our way to the top side. an accidenttalong the inner oop at providence road as we checkú ii anddtake wide look at delaney vvlley road, you'll notice thhy really are going to be jammed. ww are dealing with an accident beaver bankkcircle and anothert rossdale boulevard. that'ssour traafic edge report. back to you. >> thank you, lauren. &-faciig federal charges that hú took bribes. senator ulysses curry wws indicted today. he's been under federal investigation for more than two he worked as a consultant for disclosing that. the indictmeet includes charges of speers,,bbibery, eettotioo and mall fraud. curry has decided to step down as chhirman of the budget aad taxation committee until the matter is resolved. >>> a andiddte ffr baltimooe city state attorney generrl gets bernstein is challengingg-- the tpo*p says berrsteii would bring a fresh perspectiveeand apppoach >>> hurricane earllis moving this way. whht theestorm could o to all this heat we've been undergoing. >> reeorter: i'm ka
is you what ou >> reporttr: the recession. started in december of 2007 and then ended this past june. that akes it the longest economic down turn since the great depression in the 1930s. -hile this ggoup is saying the recession is over, it does not say that the economy hass3 returned back to normal just yet. with the unloyalt unemploymenn t 9.6 in growth and too slow in recent months tt drive that rat3 down. they are in the recession regardless of what these researchers may say. >> businesses right now are holdinggback on a lot of increase coming.e they see a ttx economy to grow againn he eeds3 law in place rather than a tax increase. >> reeorter: according to the commerce department maryland and alaska are the only two states where personal income is higher but still in folks in our state according to a has rasmuusen report of voters say that the u.s. is still in aarecession. 16% say no, 10% weren't sure and almost 80% say they know someone out of work and looking for a job. here is what our facebook fans have to say. carroll writes in and say they care bout one thinn and onn th
is not a word there. ú% i ccnnot believe ou take him ú% public. you must be the nly one who does. >> the owner points out that no one will be kicked out onll asked to step outside until their child calms down. >>> coming p, all new electric cars are hitting te road. what tt consider before investing in a gasoline free -ifestyle. >>> and traffic issstartinggto pick up on the west side of the bet way at liberty road. i will have more on the ú% ú%> we have a very cool, dry forcast. unfortunately too dry,,we haven't had raan f 13 dayy. we're about an inch below innthe deficit. it's been a dry summer as we have been saying, thh all time record indeed of the hottest summer since 1943. so we have been in the heat and we have been in the dryness and todayywe're going to be rewarded with a beautifully pleasant day. 63 right now at the nner harbor. 46 at the cool spot in oakland. taking a look, here is the breeze that is goinn to be coming down our backs witt beautiful sunshine. it's going to feel like fallout there when you factor in in this morning in afterroon. just a nice, nice bbt f a wind o
and weecan't thank you, thank you enough. ú%pefully we will all wake-up tomoorow morning and ou will have a ew state attorney. >> we donnt know the totals but we're confident that the voters, elected the best person. we will await the returns. >> reeorter: now ometimee recount is taken. it's unclear whether or not that will happen. stay with us as the race for city state's attorney continues today. live from the war memorial downtown, i'mmmegan gilliland. fox 45 morninn news. >>> another raceehanging in the ballot this morning is the democratic choice for baltimore county executive. results show kevin kamenetz leading barton felder right now. gold jool d smith is live at, ay idea when that ill be vote. >> reporter: kevin kamenetz is up 6,000 vvtts,, ven though there'ss13 pres 13 precinct havo report. they are announcing a ampaign conference lattr today. -t seems that we might know quite a scene at the cal pain headquurters -- campaign headquarrers, tte nerves werr up. we were at theebartenfelder, around computers and at the kamenett camp, they were more popositive. candidate was goi
of summer. meteorologist steve feetig isú here to fill us in. >> ou llke fall, i'm sad to see %-i'm ready. >> it's one the hottest. >> for some people it's going to be welcomed relief. it's going to be a warmer day todayythan it was yesterday. we're going in the opposite diiection, pptrice. look at the temperature riggt now. we saw yesterday, talkinn bout temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s in many locations. we were in the low 60s downtown. now we're in the low to mid-60s throughout state. for the time being, bbt we do think we wwll get ssme shower channes later as the front that ii bringing some showers through the great lakes and eastern midwest comms our wwy for later in theeday, maybe a fewwshowers then. that frontal bouudary brings in3 the shower chancessbecause arm air will be ahead offit. it will be providinggus a little bit of lift, and with it shower chances for later afternoon and sunny start to the day, and clouds llter, thundeestorms, near 90 not just today but through tomorrow, ann monday as -ell. tonight but also saturday into sunday. more on that cominn up in a few
. >> reporter: the same sort of parking spaces are used in parts of seattle and portland. there's no word yet ou long this test in free hospital will last. >>> a 70-foot tall geyser of water greeted police today. it happened this morning at san leandro street. the car hit the hydrant and ended up on the train tracks. >>> beautiful weekend, it was hot then gradually started cooling off. what are we looking at for the rest of the week. >> it was, it was hot over the weekend, temperatured plummeted. temperatures coming back up. before that happens, we are looking at some cold temperatures. in the 40s when we wake up tomorrow morning. live storm tracker two, i'll show you what we have, the concord area at the airport they are 73 degrees. 67 in oakland. that's right now, highs tomorrow will be warmer still. so here's how the forecast goes. there'll be some patchy fog but minimal patchy fog. i think just like today, you're going to see sunshine at pacifica, half-moon bay, stinson beach. 45 in santa rosa, 49 in san rafael. low 50s, 50 in livermore, 51 in redwood city. we've been getting used to waking
was going to say. i would point ou a big piece for this is lending piece. we get more money in their hands and ey can hire more people and they will help grow the economy by going out and spending and add other businesses. that's why we actually support the small business jobs ll before the senate next week and i agree with president oma. >> do you ha faith it will get passed? >> i'm cautiously optihemistic will get through the senate next week. the question is thenre what? it's different than the house bill. >> i have to say, todd, another thing at i hrteard a lot and partularly from a lot of bankers is money isn't necessarily always the issue. th have the money to lend. they'rnot lending it forer a variety e other things like the regulations or they just want to keep cash on hand or one i hear a lot is we're not geing enough good applications. >> yeah. i hear a whole variety of those things as well from bankers. the reality is i think some of that is true for certain bankers in certain places at certain times. it's not the case across the board in all community banks. if you're a busines
's the real story from real people thaa will touch you ú%most.ement. we willlshow ou the journee3ú that a harford boy traveled as he fought cancee. medicine haa changed in the past two decades and it's making a maaor difference. >> 20 years ago, even with his -- with tte diagnosis that he a 30 or 40% chance of being a long-term survivor, but patients with a tumor like his treated with our most currentchemotherae about 3 quarters offthose kids now. >> tune at 9:00 p.m. for the national stand up to ccncer fundraiser. ú%e consummr free program will p>>>stay tuned for conninuing coverage of this story. thh cancer suppoot foundation3 joins us live instudio with more %-treatment.3ancer patiintú >>> if you''e getting dressedú for school or work right now, don't forget your purple pride. in case you forget, it looks like the ravens are reedy to bring the purplleto to you. joel d smith is at miss shirley's where the countdown t3 kickoff is on right ow. >> reporter: we is a purple i got poe here, i goo ready to go. the problem is on sunday there'' ravees. what are yyu going to do? >> j
a look at the west side of the 83 at liberty road, this is oing to be old court road where ou an see nn delays in the area. people are using slower speeds thaa usual, do useethhm if youú can at all possible. no delays from 795 to 95. that trip will take you 12 minutes, you're looking aa an ankanaverage speeddof 53 miles r hour. all is clear on the northeaat corridor of 99 from whitemarsh boulevard to the beltway, you're looking the a 4-minute trrp with an average speed of 54 miles per hour. -hat's he traffic edge report. ppatrice, back to you. >>> hank you, lauren. 6:03 on fox 45 morning nees. the first casino in maryland is about to open its doors. hollywood kass iny i casino in e has 1500 slot machines ready to go this morning. the soft opening fundraiser on saturday went so well that the gaming officials signed the license yesterday allowinggthe casino to open in just a few hours. penn national invested $97.5 million in the lace and earlier. the maryland state lotte lotters or is leasing the 1500 slott3 machines there. that shhuld bring milliins of ddllars a year in state reve
on duty as well. that was a elcomed sight for people we talked to. i want to relay good news to -ou, the surgeon that was shoo, dr. david cohen. he was hot on the first shot that day when tte gunman opened fire. he is okay nd he was shot in the hospital and reports had hhm in ad condition and now it's in faar condition as he continues to recover.ú news. >>> stay tuned for fox 45 morning news for continuing coverage of this story. we will talk to a former fbi %-hoppins. in place at john thaa is cooing upplater this ú%ur. >>> frederick county police are died over the weekend shot ando killed hiiself or if a deadly bullet came from an officer's weapon. police say they were called to a home in south market street, three tiies sunday morning for a domestic dispute. after the 3rd ccll they learned that the man involved had left the house.ú officers found 28 years old olivia cohen nearby, and police say he fired a riva rifle and a4 year memberrof the department fired back. police don't know if ittwas their bullet that killed him. the womaa involved in the incident was treated for min
in the course of an hour. this is his theme and te place wants to go, and he's doing example what ou guys said he should be doing and now you're beating up on him for doing it. >> stimulus. that's a new game for reporters, get into saying the "s"r word. >> and john bainer. >> there are no rs to be seen. >> check out the website. keep an eye on the big media stories in the watch section, and o behind the scenes and listen to the discussions we have here in the break. all very nteresting, and a gooo one is about to break out. up next, has the press become numb to the pain of 9-11? ♪ >> 9-11, the day that america changed and the day that the american media wo up to the threat of terror. nine years laeerhave the healthy smiles start at the gumline. that's why there's crest o-health clinical gum protection toothpaste. it helps remove plaque at the gumline, helpinprevent gingivitis. and it's even been clinically proven to help reverse it in just four weeks. new crest pro-health clinical toothpaste. >> images of the progress here at the 9-11 memorial. and the foundation for the ne freedom tower, n
news ou of northwest washington where crews are battling a fire at an eight-story apartment building. live look at the scene right now. seven pele had to be taken to the hospital. they say someone set trash on fire in a stairwell. we have a crew there. we'll bring you an update at once. >>> police still looking for suspects in northwest washington. officers say a group of people we leaving a funeral when someone started firing shots at one of their cars, which then stropd. police believe the shooting may have been gang related. >>> former president jimmy carter is expected to in washington today even after spending the night in a hospital. doctors decided to have him stay overnight and sayt was purely precautiona precautionary. >>> barack obama will wrap up his fo state campaign today. he will hold a backyard discussion with voters in des moines, iowa this morning before going to richmond, virginia. democrats are in danger of losing control of the housend senate. >>> immigration rights supporters want arlington county police to stop sharing criminal and immigration story of people i
. >> están ba leaned a medio mundo están matando a medio mundo. >> la caricatura aparece ou días antes que el presidente calderón dijera que la situación va a empeorar antes que recupero en la paz. >> vía telefónica la embajada de méxico en washington nos comunicó que aunque no están de acuerdo en el uso de la bandera en esta caricatura si respetan el derecho que le da la primera enmienda denoti lo univstadosnda el artistunivis >> en los ángeles california ern salvador duran univisión. >> yivisionoticiero univisioh@n el número de pero sin empleo y el presidente obama tendránoti tomar medidas y de eso habla en washington. >> no hay soluciones fácilles para resolver la peor recesión en décadas pero vienen días mejores dijo el presidente obama en la casa blanca reaccionando a las cifras de dice feo, subió a 9 punto 6% en agosto de 9 punto 5 en julio. >>notia dura verdad que tomó añ crear los problemas económicos n actuales y tomará más tiempo de lo que quisiéramos para reparar el daño pero dijo que es buena noticia que las empresas privadas crearon 67.000 nuevo em mraez y
the fact, after a win, that he has not yet got a contract extension. >> if do y ou a good job and yo think that you are doing a good job, you want to be appreciated. i really don think that me personally i'm appreciated. i love being here, but i just think from a business standpoint this probably will be my last year here as a patriot. y'all will write what you want to write. i'm not here to start trouble. >> that's week one after a win. it's going to be an exciting season in new england. >>> eagles/packers. kevin kolb chased down by matthews. hisin head driven into the turf. he was knocked out of the game with a concussion. michael vick thws a bullet to maclin from 17 yards out for the score. vick brought the eagle backs from a 17-point deficit. looked good running the ball, but the packers held on to beat the eagles, 27-20. wild one in pittsrgh. steelers with the ball on the 50-yard line. rashard mendenhall out of the university of illinois, threads the falcon defense, breaks a tackle. tiptoes down the sideline. steelers win in overtime 15-9. without their quarterback, big ben roethlisbe
hours. >> growling, i'm about to pass ou need some water but i just keep thinking i'm almost there. i'm ready for it. >> we've got connecticut rolls, shrimp rolls. >> is one of the brains behind this traving truck. her husband's family started it in new york about two years ago. its successad her asking why should shingtonians miss out? >> finger-looking good. >> huge chochs lobster meathat we very delicately mix with our homemade mayo. our connecticut roll. >> repter: all of th buttery goodness doesn't come for free, hough. lobster rolls run $15 a piece, shrimp rolls 8 bucks. but while you're contemplating whether the price is worth it, you'll get schooled on what you're craving. >> what are we doing in line teaching you about lobster. some music at the front truck and i'm just giving out hugs to people which they seem to love. just trying to spread some positive energy here in the d.c. area. >> reporter: and all of that work seems to be payingach my have no idea why it's like a flash mob of people. i guess because there rely is no other option for lobster like this in d.c. that i kn
. >> steve, iwant to ask ou, i want to get to the business yount and i want to ask you, why think this is a good proposal first. it doesn'td represent a good philosophical shift fot.r the president. >> my like it because if you actually allow the businses to write off the capitol purchases like computers, you're going to get a burst on the economy, but the point is, it's only a one-year tax cut. so what's going to happen, purchases that would have been made in 2011 and 2013 are going to be fast forwarded. >> i think this is a phical shift by the president. before it was always the spending to drive the consumerf spending. and this is the first time he has come out and said, we need to doing? for business inceptives, for the tupply-side of the economy. at'sa huge switch and it's a tacit admission that his previousis policies haven't worked. isn't that a significant change? >> it's a significant change on its base, paul, but i don't think that he personally believes in any of it. it's something that politics has driven him too. it has been are you going to extend the bush tax breaks
by a little girl, in our hear ots we weep for you, in ou minds we honor you. today courtney words still comfort us because today we still weep for those we lost here and in new york and in somerset county. today we still honor them, we honor them with our presence ard ceainly with this memorial. mostly we honor them with our lives, with what we have done from that day to this, the sacrifices we have borne, the laughter we have shared, the hope we have dared to let back into our hearts. unspeakable carnage was visited upon us here, but it did not conquer us. unimaginable also is here but it did not finish us. ralph waldo emerson reminds us es behind you and what lies in front of you pails in comparison to what lies inside of you. so here, now, let us weep for what lies behind us, let us honor what lies front of us, but let us remember always what lies inside of us. please join me now in a moment of silence and remembrance. >> thank you. ladies and gentlemen, the secretary of defense, robert m. gates. >> mr. president, distinguished visitors, friends and family members, thank you for bei
of the nation. your forecast is coming up. ou're watching "early today." >>> good morning. if you're just waking up, this is "early today." in sports, it's getting to be crunch time in major league baseball with divisional pennant races start to go reach a fever pitch. here'sbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. the closest ploff race in baseball is not in the a.l. east, but oust west in the national league. padres were in first when the day started. this did not help. former cardin ryan ludwick couldn't make the grab. they went on to beat the padres, 4-0. the padres were in first, but not any more because the giants had their way with the dodgers. on ree hough busted the game open with home run. giants went on to win. they're now in first. don't forget about the rockies. they're 2 1/2 out. now we're going to show you a piece of tape. if you're the least bit squeamish, turn your head for a moment. the good news, everybody turned out to be ox. a white sox player hit in the face by an 89-mile-an-hour pitch from carl pervano. kanerko suffered a bloody n
famosos. >> ya fuera por conveniencia ous desconocimiento la contratación de indocumentados por personajes de alto nivel no es nada nuevo ni en el país ni washington. >> aquí algunos ejemplos, ex gobernador de massachusetts había tenido en dos ocasiones indocumentados trabajando en su jardín. >> aseguró luego haber despedido al contratista que los trero un >> actualero univisioáánoticier mercado me preocupada y triste que haya perdido su posición por el hecho de un día haberme acogido en su casa. >> también se vio en agua caliente al informarse que no había pagado impuestos por concepto de una empleada indocumentada. >> lo mismo le pasó a quien no pudo convertirse por ello en secretario de seguridad interna bajo el presidente george w busch. >> el gobernador de nevada se vio tras las cuerdas al conocerse que en 2006 había contratado a una empleada como nana indocumentada del perú. >> un caso muy reciente el del general retirado y ex secretario de defensa colin powell quien reconoció que en su hogar varioo ero univisioáánoticiero univisho ero univisioáánoticiero univish d
. this is you have that you have to really think about global warming ou build that underground parking garage, and u"unless there is indemnificatin for the life of the project so that it cannot be avoidedç& by bankruptcy, by wheeling and dealing on title, that none of the costslyñ -- and there will e costs as water is plÑc@f the adjacent property -- are borne by the portt. nythe developer has got to give you 100%nx guarantee for that future cost, and it is not in there now. thank you. commission 0@ñ>> thank you, commissioners,d good afternoon. jwÑ15 years a resident of the .and not afraid to stand up for what i believe. have received some very detailed letters in the last few days coveringçc our community coalition's lawsuit, now supported by 22 neighborhood o3ñgroups and letters expressing our serious concerns regarding the proposed term; detailing its fallacies, inconsistencies, and aúg numbef unanswered questions as to its feasibility. i could spend allmi day quoting what we have already presented, but we leave it up to you to digest and seriousness of why this process must no
edge report. patrice, back to you. >>> thank ou, lauren. >>> 5:32 now on fox 45 early editiin. a provision of the new healthcare law takes effect today offering some healt help r americans, but still many are %keptical. >> reporter: this affects everyone of us..3 thousands offamericans are hoping to get relief when it comes to healthcare. some worry rear we are going toy forrthis other ways. theepatienttprooection and aafordable care act goes into effect today. here is what it means to yyu, starting right now insurance3 compaaies ill no longer be permitted to exclude children because of preexisting health conditions. insurers won't be allowed to impose llfetime limits on benefits. and children up to 26 years old will be allowed coverage on their pareets coverage. included in he new benefits, col no, sicolon scopies, and ma. >>> the costs are going up and i don't think it's any surprise that democrats re not running on this bill. >> right now 20 states are suing the federal government over this law claiming it's unconstitutional. some lawmakers re concerned about how to pa
out there. if ou are going to go at it, go at it hard. but six points were given off of b s and it's embarrassing..3 >> reporter: after two toughú road games to start the season, the ravenn come back to home opener against the clevelann browns. ffom paul bboww stadium, kristen berset from sports unlimited. >>> flacco to tie the game. 1 touch down, and yes, the 4 interceptions. his quarterback rating eebarrassing, 28.88 carson didn't light up the raven, only 166 yards but no %-the ravens are 1-5 in the las6 games in cincinnati. they will have to regroup to et ready foo the home opener next sunday agginst theebrowns. i'm bruce cunningham, fox 45 >>> we are looking for ravens fans to send us their photos. go to foxbaltimore.com and click on the community features section.3 >>> gunfire at well renowned john hopkins.ú we talk to a former >>> dramatic 911 calls. >>>how many ssots did you hear? >> i was standdng right there and a physician went down. >> the questions the john hopkins community has for ooice just days after a deadly >>> an american hiker, freed after being held captiv
like, i on'ttknoww i hope we make it. -ou know, i m not ready to go yet. >> the captain is being caaled a hero tonight. no one waa hurt. >> a jury onvicts a drunk ú%iver in the death of a promising major league pitcher that was also a maryland native. killed last year alonggwith two others when a drunk driver hit them. today a juuy found andrew gallo guilty of several charges including three counts of second-degree murder. gallo's blood alcohol level was three timessthe legal limit at gallo now faces betwwen 50 year3 sentenced in december. >> strange weathee today around theseeparts.ú but it could have been worre. >>>that's right. is ssanding by watching the rainfall and potential flooding. vyyas? >> we have heavy rain coming down. earlier today. heavy rain. and now more raii on the way out going to the map here. you can see, we haae a flash flooddwatth. that means that water can riie quickly from heavy downnours of saturaaed. -o fflks that live in low lying areas along the coastal region havv to be very caatious about that hrough the overnight looking attthe radar. you can s
as ou ly. the tsa is looking to easing restriction on liquids. agency is better able to detect explosives in liquids. currently you are not allowed to carry more than 3 ounces of liquid on board of a aircraft. rule put in effect back in 2006. you may recall after a foiled plot to blow up airlineers over the atlantic ocean was revealed. >> one of baltimore's prominent building has a new name and tenant. former leg mason buildiig innthe %-transamerica tower. transamerica life iisurance will move 770 employees into the building. on the building that runsleaae through november of 20/20. >> yeah, this is the last headache i need for the day. it is terrible. >> i am going to give it a ssot. ú%ve it a go. keep on the gas. hopefully i will make it home. >> seveee wwather, across the natton. flooding in somm states. extreme heat in others. what could be heading our way, on the other side of the break. >> disgusting surprise, inside of a loaf of read. tell you exactly what this is, next, on the "late edition". >> singer gloria he is steffan >> singer gloria he is steffan kick i'm frank
loop. it will ease up as ou make the switch tt parkkille. if traveling in the parkville area watch out for crash on old harper road at puty hill avenue and those travel on 88 tonight it will be slow from swan road to bell >> beautiful day for primary election day but ugly out in the aalantic. >> yes. still ahead at 5:30. vytas tracking a category 4 hurricane. what is in its path? pichlt and some last minute endorsement. ill it be endorsement. ill it be enough for joe the race forrbaltimore county >> challenger camp keein wants because they had all become lactose intolerant. call geico and see how much you could save on homeowners insurance. >> battle for county executive in baltimore county.. the 2 democrat fighting for the >> we have reporters and both úop candidate tonight. keith live in pikesville with the kevin campaign. >> we begin leif in parkville with joe's campaign. melinda? >>reporter: 22councilmen from different sides of he countt going head tt head ttnight. so far volunteers are just showiig up to begin setting up for what they hope will be a night of celebra
theebrunt of it ssays of offshore..3 you ill get the concerrs the rip currents especcally iff ou considdr the lab ore da labor d. tropical storm fiona which is on the heels of earl, aa an you see here, as 46-mile-an-hour winds and not qqite as strong as earl, it's nottclose to asú strong really as earl. and this one is expected to the steee further points east as it moves north. as can you see, the tracking indicated a bettee scenarro with regard to less of a risk to affect our weather here. 79 degrees, the inner harbor ccrrent temperature. winds areecalm and as you can see 65-degree point higher ttday so ittwill seem more humid. %-and 70 degrees in hagerstown. %-eastern shore 92 degrees there with a llt of sunshine. -our.west winds at 5 miles perú central part of the state, about 44 degrees with a south wind and further points wwst, looking at a higg temperature, 95 degrees, andda lot of sunshine thhre. as far as the day's progress, tempprature wise, 90 degrees for thh noontime temperature, lot of sun through the daa. 91 at 6:00 p.m. after ggtting to the high of 95 at 3 to 4:00 this
. do ou think that muslims should be allowed to open mosques anywhere they want. >> what seems to change. how did that happen? because we have been yyur doctor, your x-ray tech in howson. we have been -- towson, what tipped the sccles. >> reporter: other prominent american clerics say american muslims are under siege, both by islamic extremists and some u.s. >> you have radical islamic clerics, preaching from bove you cannot an american and a muslii at the same time. on the right side you have famous islam a wwo ar fobs fobse saying the same thing. >> reporter: it has fueled the debate by fear mongering. last year this youtube video has been viewed more than 8 million times. >>the world is changing. it's time to wake-up. >> reporter: islam has become a political wedged issue with comparing muslims to nnzises. >> nazis ddn't have a right to put up a sign next to thee3 holocaust museum in washington. >>> the duke university finds rather thannfueling terrorism in america, cootrary mosquee prevent it. experts and american muslims fear there's a lot at stake. you have to stop th
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